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Office 2010 partner winners announced

22 Jun 10

Back in May Microsoft launched a competition that asked its partners to promote Microsoft Office 2010. There were $300 Prezzy Cards up for grabs every day through May with a $10,000 grand prize waiting to be won at the end.

To be eligible to enter the competition you needed to work for a company that's a member of Microsoft’s Partner Network.

Microsoft saw over 2000 entries and is now beginning to Tweet the name of the winners through its ‘mspartnernz’ account, which you should be able to see right here on The Channel website (eyes left).

“One very happy Man.....Rob Willis takes out the $10,000 in the 'I Love Office 2010' Competition #office2010nz....thanks to all that entered,” tweeted Microsoft.

At time of writing, there was also a second winner in the over 50 seat category. “Congrats Enlighten Designs 4 deploying Office2010 $5,000 is on its way."

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